Squirrel gliders, sugar gliders, and yellow bellied gliders
Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Petauridae
Genus : Petaurus
Animals in the genus Petaurus
Facts about the genus Petaurus, the squirrel gliders, sugar gliders, and yellow bellied gliders
species) 20:31:09 [mbartels] So Petaurus is the part that refers to gliders and the other word is more descriptive.
Yellow-bellied gliders are restricted to tall, mature eucalypt forests in temperate to subtropical eastern Australia in regions of high rainfall. (Full text)
Yellow-bellied Gliders are large gliding marsupials of tall forest areas. (Full text)
Yellow-bellied gliders are restricted to tall, mature eucalypt forests in temperate to subtropical eastern Australia in regions of high rainfall.
Yellow-bellied gliders are noisy and sociable, unlike the greater glider, which is neither.
Yellow-bellied gliders are very verbal compared to the quiet demure greater glider.
"Where Yellow Bellied Gliders are located in this way, 15 feed trees must be retained within a 200m radius.
Three rare possums pose a costly dilemmaBy Robert MessengerSaturday, 17 November 2001THREE tiny yellow-bellied gliders are perched in the way of the multi-million-dollar charcoal-burning plant proposed for Mossy Point near, Broulee.
FAUNA The park has abundant wildlife - Swamp Wallabies, koalas, Ring-tailed Possums and Grey Kangaroos are common, and Tiger Quoll and Yellow-bellied Gliders are present, although rarely seen.